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Laser is from Dragonlasers at *******www.dragonlasers**** A 150mW Aurora Green Laser Pointer is used to scare birds ( Avian Dispersal ) during the day and at night. High power green lasers are now commonly used by pest controllers and house holders in many countries to scare and harass birds. NOTE: Using lasers to harass birds is not cruel or inhumane because unlike the human eye, a birds eye will not be injured by high power portable green lasers. Video is courtesy of jangofett
15 Jan 2009
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Rely on the experience of Anlagenbau AG in the following application fields: Tank construction, carbonators, dispersion system, pasteurization untis, deaerators, CIP plants, sterilisation plants, sterile water plants, sterile tank installation, aseptic valve technology, pig systems, agitator and mixing technology, installations, installation for propagation of yeast, container, melting systems and special machine
16 Nov 2011
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High speed disperser is specially designed for high speed dispersion, dissolution and homogenization of material having a low viscosity up to 1000 cps. Galaxy is leading High Speed Disperser Manufacturer In India
16 Jun 2017
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Its a kind of effect u see in Hollywood Films..!!
20 Dec 2008
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*******ductsox****/products/critical-environments/LabSox LabSox products have been developed to provide better air dispersion control for today's demanding laboratory environments, Combining the technology of precision textiles and specialty shape panels our surround flow dispersion provides both laminar and radial air flow benefits far exceeding industry standards for performance in delivering large volumes of air with little drafts. Less drafts from diffusers improves capturing containment for sensitive fume hoods. With fabric, air dispersion is also quiet registering in at ten to twelve nc ratings lower than the industry standard units benefiting microscopy, laser and other noise sensitive labs. LabSox monofilament fabrics have very low shedding. Approved for use in sensitive clean rooms, these fabrics can be cleaned through a simple laundering process. To make implementation easy, LabSox diffusers are available in standard to-by-two and two-by-four metal pan options, or two-by-four and two-by-eight all fabric units. For more complicated projects LabSox can also be shaped into cylindrical, or surface mounted as a d-shape or quarter round to ensure optimum airflow while being mindful of project budget. For critical environments there is no comparison to the complete line of solutions found in LabSox products by DuctSox. For more information visit *******ductsox****/products/critical-environments/LabSox
4 May 2013
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Promotional video for Huron's second album titled " The Eternal Sea" release date October 2010
26 Jun 2010
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We are the manufacturers and exporters of rubber processing machines like lab mixing mill,dispersion kneader, dispersion kneader,rubber calendars, extruder machine, rubber cracker mill, curing chambers, testing equipments and retreading machine.
3 Sep 2009
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*******www.uttamrubtech****/ Leading manufacturer of calender machines, hydraulic press, c-frame hydraulic press, power press, rubber mixing mill, cracker mill, grinder mill, refiner mill, autoclaves, dispersion kneader, hot feed rubber extruder
7 Nov 2009
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Manufacturers & Exporters of Rubber Processing Machinery, Hydraulic Press , Dispersion Kneaders, Mixing Mills, Rubber Calender Machine, Rubber Extruder Machine, Rubber Cracker Mill, Rubber Refiner Mill, Rubber Grinder Mill, Crumb Rubber Machinery, Reclaim Rubber Machinery, Conveyor Machine, Tyre Building Machine, Rubber Bale Cutter, Hydraulic Power Pack, Hydraulic Cylinders, Rubber Machinery Manufacturers, Waste Tyre Recycling, Tyre Scrap Processing, Tyre Processing Plant, Waste Rubber Processing Plant & Machinery, Crumb Rubber Plant
29 Dec 2009
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Manufacturers & Exporters of Rubber Processing Machinery, Hydraulic Press , Dispersion Kneaders, Mixing Mills, Rubber Calender Machine, Rubber Extruder Machine, Rubber Cracker Mill, Rubber Refiner Mill, Rubber Grinder Mill, Crumb Rubber Machinery, Reclaim Rubber Machinery, Conveyor Machine, Tyre Building Machine, Rubber Bale Cutter, Hydraulic Power Pack, Hydraulic Cylinders, Rubber Machinery Manufacturers, Waste Tyre Recycling, Tyre Scrap Processing, Tyre Processing Plant, Waste Rubber Processing Plant & Machinery, Crumb Rubber Plant
6 Jan 2010
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Manufacturers & Exporters of Rubber Processing Machinery, Hydraulic Press , Dispersion Kneaders, Mixing Mills, Rubber Calender Machine, Rubber Extruder Machine, Rubber Cracker Mill, Rubber Refiner Mill, Rubber Grinder Mill, Crumb Rubber Machinery, Reclaim Rubber Machinery, Conveyor Machine, Tyre Building Machine, Rubber Bale Cutter, Hydraulic Power Pack, Hydraulic Cylinders, Rubber Machinery Manufacturers, Waste Tyre Recycling, Tyre Scrap Processing, Tyre Processing Plant, Waste Rubber Processing Plant & Machinery, Crumb Rubber Plant
21 Jul 2010
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You must watch all 3 videos in the order listed to see the big picture of how numerous federal and corporate officials speak and testify regarding the use of the toxic dispersant Corexit on the Gulf/Deep Horizon Oil Spill and if seafood from the gulf is really safe to eat!
15 Aug 2010
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BY TARA GRIMES You're watching multisource environment news analysis from Newsy JOHN EHRENREICH, BONIFAY WATER SPORTS, PENSACOLA BEACH, FL: “Worse than any summer I remember, even worse than hurricanes.” Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which killed 11 workers and spilled 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico -- and now the question remains, just how bad is it? Many news outlets agree the environment along the coast seems back to normal, but experts say the truth lies far below the surface of the Gulf. The Washington Post cites studies saying the oil is still out there -- floating as tar balls, underneath beaches, draped across marshes, and lying on the bottom of the Gulf. “While the scientific and legal wrangling over the meaning of this growing mountain of data promises to drag on for years, even ardent environmentalists and cautious government officials agree on one point: The direst predictions of catastrophe sounded during the blowout have not come to pass.” And the environment wasn’t the only thing affected -- According to the Public News Service, more than 300 residents along the coast have reported health problems believed to be associated with the disaster and cleanup. Although BP argues there are no long-term health risks from the incident, a blogger for The Root doesn’t believe it -- and says, the company needs to take responsibility. “BP and the government should also address the immediate needs of Gulf citizens. That includes monitoring citizens' health for exposure to oil and dispersants… and ensuring that seafood remains safe and sustainable.” But in terms of economic impact, the news is more encouraging. The Wall Street Journal says the oil spill spurred economic development when lawyers and media flocked to the area right after the spill -- and although that has died down, there are more jobs, not fewer, along the Louisiana coast. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, THE NEWS HUB: “Should we take this as a sign that the economy has been more resilient down there than people have feared?” LESLIE EATON, WSJ DEPUTY BUREAU CHIEF: “I think that’s exactly right. I think that lots and lots of people were hurt really badly, but I think some of the big industries that people thought would just dry up and blow away, especially the energy industry, just didn’t do it.” While it’s hard to know how long the environmental and economical issues will linger, almost all news outlets agree---the whole incident is far from finished. A blogger for The Telegraph writes, “The task of assessing the true toll is only now starting. It is highly charged, both commercially – since the result may decide how much may have to be paid in compensation – and politically, since Barack Obama, damaged by his hesitant handling of the crisis, has been over-eager in declaring it over.” According to The Washington Post, federal and gulf state officials have currently taken tends of thousands of samples from the gulf’s waters, seafloor, marshlands, beaches and wildlife to investigate the damage of the environment. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
23 Apr 2011
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31 Mar 2009
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the description of the oil spill removal from railway tracks in Latvia
15 Jul 2009
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Jason gets a jug of Gulf Water and sits in his tent drinking it. He is trying to get the word out that the WATER IS SAFE.. Watch his video testimony.... If you happen to see Jason, let him know his family is worried....
12 Jul 2010
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